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Iranian company devises smart greenhouse to save water, space and energy

An Iranian knowledge-based company, Rah Rooyesh Raad, has developed new agricultural technology solutions to expand the horizons of conventional farming. Early this week, the firm introduced two innovative products, namely a plant factory and a smart miniature greenhouse.

According to Elaheh Akbarnejad, CEO of Rooyesh, the plant factory, which is a smart portable greenhouse, utilizes the Internet of Things and vertical farming technologies to deliver crops. “The product is a two-square meter greenhouse, designed in three stories and six separate culture trays. The space can hold up to 4,000 seedlings,” she said.

“Biosensors embedded in the trays help grow plants in the greenhouse. Temperature, moisture, light and most importantly, Co2 concentration sensors, work together to provide complete photosynthesis for the plants.”

The greenhouse is equipped with fully automated growth lighting, ventilation, cooling and irrigation systems, which work based on the biodata harvested from sensors.

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